It is almost a matter of day-to-day occurrence that not only married women are harassed, humiliated, beaten and forced to commit suicide, leave husband, etc. Tortured and ill-treated but thousands are even burnt to death because parents are unable to meet the dowry demands of in-laws of their husband. Dowry death, murder-suicide, and bride burning are symptoms
As a result of her affair, she becomes pregnant and has a beautiful daughter named Pearl. For her punishment, she must stand on the scaffold in front of lots of people holding her child. She is forced to wear a red “A” on her chest as a reminder to the community and herself of her adultery. In comparison to the other cases during the sixteenth and seventeenth century, Hawthorne describes her treatment and punishment as slightly less severe. Although Hester’s punishment is embarrassing and terrible, people who committed adultery were given harsher punishments typically.
(WHO,2016). In addition, malaria is transmitted by female mosquitoes, when mosquitoes bite the human that happens, and they lay their eggs in the water because there is no choice, people just drink and wash from unclean water. Most of the people suffer from its symptoms until they die, due to many reasons such as lack of healthcare services, money, and housing. Women and children are the most common victims of malaria, affecting women through pregnancy and causing serious side effects on the child. Moreover, if they had the support, they would not have died that way.
(Raza, 2009). Women have had to put up with the impact of having been allocated a weaker position in the culture and suffer because of laws that are moreover not helpful, or those that are approved but not put into practice. With the passage of time, the place of women has not developed much from the days of the 'sati' who was burnt alive at her husband's pyre to the present day practice of burning newlywed brides alive. After that, these victims finished being abused twice – once by their attackers and then, once again, by the very people they
In her book, The Rape of Nanking, Iris Chang wrote about the atrocities that happened within a few weeks in 1937. Her own grandparents escaped the massacre and sparked her interest in the sparsely covered events. In December 1937, the Japanese took control of Nanking, the capital of China at the time. The Japanese army quickly marched into the city and not only looted and burned the buildings of the city, but also systematically raped, tortured, and murdered over 300,000 Chinese civilians. The cruel treatment of the Chinese by Japanese soldiers represents the brutality behind the militaristic culture and their values of human lives.
The women are raped are very wide and in different ways also whatever their social status. Through a novel Candide, we can see it. Three women from rape has suffered in this novel, and here Voltaire discusses the suffering of women and the hypocrisy of society in this time period. The man refuses to marry a woman who had previously had sex. Although it is practiced the rape on women and exploits women just for pleasure .
The theme of the story "Girls in the rear view mirror" is revolving through many lives of the truck drivers, similar to the conditions they face and like what number of them turn into an objective of the weakness of their mental states. This story depends on Luis who is the truck driver and stays months from the family and how he fell for a whore named Jotinha. In light of her calling it is said how she got tainted by HIV/AIDS. Jotinha died as a result of this ailment as well as she gave birth to a child who was additionally adulterated by the same. In spite of the fact that she became hopelessly charmed with Luis and her devotion was demonstrated by her when she left for a year abandoning her work to consider an offspring the kid, still she and her tyke did not get the appreciation they defended.
She becomes a victim of an alien culture where all women become victims and feel themselves to be ugly and also suffer from an inferiority complex as a result of the impact of white standards of beauty. Her imbalanced mental state is also due to the uncaring and unsupportive nature of her mother as well as the unhealthy familial relations inside the home where the father on the one hand rapes the daughter and on the other burns down the house along with daily disputes between the parents. I have thus reached the conclusion that females are more vulnerable to acquire a diseased mind as they are always under the confining bell jar of the society and the family as a
There are many women who are being forced into sex, beaten or perhaps abused in her lifetime by a person called a man. At some other times, the women are being assaulted by people whom they don’t know, but most frequently they are hurt or abused by people who are close to them. Women abuse occur in all cultures and races, it doesn’t have any boundaries. We have buried a lot of women, of which their death resulted from women abuse issue, some women today have anger and can’t even raise their children properly, they are angry with everyone and some can’t even face the world. Women abuse causes an awful emotional and physical pain; it intimidates the lives of women.
Meanwhile in Siraha district, Sebaki Teli was almost beaten to death by blaming her of performing witchcraft. According to Asian Human Rights Commission (2004), Manoj Khanga from Bishanpur VDC-9 was kidnapped and beaten by family of Parbati Raut because of intercaste marriage. The more disturbing fact is that almost all women blamed for witchcraft are dalits or of indigenous community. Apart from these problems, Dalit women are also facing sexual